|Creator:||Zawistowski, J. L. (Jozef L.)|
|Abstract:||Papers (1914-1967) of Rev. Josef Lebiedzik Zawistowski (1884-1967) consist of correspondence, manuscripts of books and pamphlets written by him, and newspaper clippings. The collection is especially rich in correspondence with Bishop Franciszek Hodur. Other correspondents include Bishop L. Growshowski, Rev. J. Kula, Bishop T. Zielinski, Bishop W. Faron, Bishop V. Gawrychowski, Rt. Rev. J. Lesniak, Bishop J. Soltysiak, V. Rev. T. Czarkowski, Rt. Rev. F. C. Rowinski, and others.|
|Quantity:||16.5 linear ft.|
|Language:||In Polish and English.|
Rev. Josef Lebiedzik Zawistowski (1884-1967) was born in the Polish area of Upper Silesia, and came to the United States in 1914 to become a priest of the Polish National Catholic Church. Rev. Zawistowski served parishes from Duluth, Minnesota, to Schenectady, New York, and was one of the most prominent leaders of the P.N.C.C. During World Wars I and II, Zawistkowski was active in relief efforts. He was also instrumental in stabilizing many parishes to which he was assigned.
The Zawistowski, Josef Lebiedzik, Rev., 1884-1967 collection is available for public research.
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The Zawistowski, Josef Lebiedzik, Rev., 1884-1967 Papers, Polish American Collection, Immigration History Research Center, University of Minnesota
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